Joseph S. Martinich

Professor
Logistics and Operations Management

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* 235 CCB
College of Business Administration
University of Missouri - St. Louis
One University Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA
voice: +1 314.516.6145
fax: +1 314.516.6827
email: Joseph.Martinich@umsl.edu

 
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My Book
 
 
Research
 
 
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Education

Ph.D., Industrial Engineering & Management Sciences, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1980.

M.A., Economics, California State University, Fullerton, California, 1975.

B.S., Industrial Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1972.

 
I have taken CERT training to prepare for disasters.
Watch my interview on the news during the class, and my interview during our "final exam."


Teaching

Teaching Interests: Production and Operations Management
View my Virtual Plant Tours page

Courses:

LOM 3320: Introduction to Operations Management
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LOM 4322 / LOM 5322: Lean Production in Management and Service Operations
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LOM 4324 / LOM 5324: Service Operations Management
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LOM 5320: Production and Operations Management
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The Book

Joseph S. Martinich,
Production/Operations Management:
An Applied Analytical Approach
,
John Wiley, 1997.



Research Interests

Environmental Aspects of Operations
View an interview with me as I talked with the Kansas City Solid Waste Management District.
View Diana Zoga's blog after interviewing me about the Cap and Trade Bill
Nicklaus' article on Tax Credit
Recycling: See also the EPA and Show-Me Recycling

Service Operations

Sports Research: See article below
Read Kathleen Nelson's column after hearing my research presentation
Games of Chance: View the interview with Channel 4 News



Selected Research Publications

J.S. Martinich, "Economic Impact Analysis of the St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District (SWMD) Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant Program," St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, October 31, 2008, 44 pages.

J.S. Martinich, "Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area: An Update of the SLMAREIS," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, March 22, 2006, 34 pages.

J.S. Martinich, "Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing in Missouri," An Update of the MOREIS," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, May 28, 2006, 33 pages.

J.S. Martinich, Lee Fox, Alan Hauff, and Anand Jeyaraj, Recycling Means Business: St. Louis Metropolitan Area Recycling Economic Information Study (SLMAREIS), St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste District, 2003, 98 pages.

J.S. Martinich, "Estimated Government Revenue Effects of Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing (RRR) Businesses in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, December 30, 2003, 6 pages.

J.S. Martinich, "College Football Rankings: Do the Computers Know Best?" Interfaces, 32(5), September-October, 2002, pp.85-94.

J.S. Martinich, "The Critical Few Minutes in Scheduling Time-Varying Queuing Systems, Decision Sciences 33 (2002) 415-431.

J.S. Martinich, Production and Operations Management: An Applied Modern Approach, John Wiley and Sons, New York (1997), 900 pp.

J.S. Martinich, "When Restrictive Constraints Are Nonbinding: Illustrations and Implications," Decision Sciences 22 (1991) 53-59.

J.S. Martinich and A.P. Hurter, "Generalized Comparative Statics for the Production-Location Problem," Regional Science and Urban Economics 20 (1990) 275-294.

J.S. Martinich and A.P. Hurter, "A Simplification and Generalization of the Exclusion Theorem: A Technical Note," Journal of Regional Science 30(3), (1990) 421-426.

Arthur P. Hurter and Joseph S. Martinich, Facility Location and the Theory of Production, Kluwer Academic Publishing Co, Boston (1989), 251 pp, xii.

J.S. Martinich, "A Vertex-Closing Approach to the P-Center Problem," Naval Research Logistics 35 (1988) 185-201.

J.S. Martinich and A.P. Hurter, "A Note on Income Taxes and Degree One Production Homogeneity," Journal of Regional Science 27(3) (1987) 477-482.


Professional Responsibilities and Interests

System Retirement and Staff Benefits Committee
University Senate
University Assembly
Member, Assembly Budget and Planning Committee
Member, Chancellor's Athletics Committee
Member, Senate Steering Committee
Member, School of Business Undergraduate Studies Committee

I also serve as the Faculty Athletics Representative to the NCAA. The Tritons compete in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.




Web Links
INFORMS Online
Sports Information
Civil War Information
Travel

Michael's Dad
Alex's Chief Walker
NU Wildcat Fan
A Real Fan!




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235 CCB
Logistics and Operations Management Area
University of Missouri - St. Louis
One University Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA
+1 314.516.6145